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Historical NameOr Yisrael Synagogue

Year Built1898
Building TypeSynagogue

Addressnear Garton Road, in the middle of a field

Current Nameabandoned

Name of Builder 1congregation

Name of Builder 2

Name of Builder 3


DescriptionPlaced in the middle of the work fields, a large wooden Star of David was affixed under the

gable of this schoolhouse style shul.


BibliographyMeyers, Allen. "Early Shuls of Southern New Jersey," Inspired: Vol. VI No. 1, Spring 1991.

[Beth Israel, Or Yisrael Synagogue]

SignificanceThe synagogue has an agricultural connection to the Am Olan movement in the late 1880s.

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